Admissions Requirements for Baylor’s EdD Online in Learning and Organizational Change
Delivered online by Baylor University’s School of Education, the Doctor of Education (EdD) in Learning and Organizational Change prepares educational leaders and other working professionals to systematically drive transformative change in higher education, K-12 schools and systems, private and nonprofit firms, and government organizations.
Options to complete the program in 36 months or on a flexible schedule
Taught by dedicated, award-winning faculty who encourage collaboration
Weekly, live online classes enable discussion between peers and professors
Two immersion experiences held on Baylor’s Waco, Texas campus
No GRE scores are required to apply.
Applicants to the EdD online in Learning and Organizational Change program must hold a master’s degree from any field with a GPA that demonstrates strong academic success, which is normally 3.0 or higher.
The EdD online program starts three times per year — in January, May, and August. Our admissions team accepts and reviews applications year-round on a rolling basis.
Personal Statement and The Problem of Practice (PoP)
Applicants will write a personal statement that addresses why they’re pursuing an EdD, and how their experience has prepared them for the program. Students will also discuss why a Problem of Practice is relevant to their current professional occupation.
Applicants are asked to indicate the importance of this problem within their educational landscape and its potential to result in improved understanding, experience, and outcomes.
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